Red hot Kane aims to chase down leaders Chelsea
- Author: Ismael Montgomery Mar 06, 2017,
Mar 06, 2017, 0:45
"I feel we are playing quite well and that's why we are getting results".
Harry Kane scored twice as Spurs held off a late rally to beat Everton 3-2, keeping them second, seven points behind Chelsea, who play at West Ham today.
Title chasers Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur both recorded wins on Sunday to keep the pressure on leaders Chelsea in the English Premier League.
'There was one in the first half I should have scored and one right at the end; I should have put my foot through it.
"If we get the time to improve, that's the next step for the club".
Kane is now one clear of Romelu Lukaku in the race for the Premier League Golden Boot following his brace against the Toffees.
Spurs comes into this game in second in the table, with the chance to close the gap at the top to a single-digit deficit, but they're banged up.
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Tottenham were cruising at the hour-mark thanks to Kane's double, the first a cracker from more than 25 yards out. But Dele Alli's wonderful finish in stoppage time disabused them of that notion and the substitute Enner Valencia's even later strike counted for nothing.
The Toffees have fewer injury problems, and have named a almost unchanged side for the third straight match, although manager Ronald Koeman has made one change with Gareth Barry coming in for Ademola Lookman.
David Moyes' side gave as good as they got for most of the opening period with Jermain Defoe a constant threat. "We are in a very good position here".
"If you compare the two teams of this afternoon its the third season of Pochettino at Tottenham".
"It's fantastic to make history with our supporters", said Pochettino.
"They created more chances than we did".
After joining on loan from the Blues in 2013-14, he would go on to score 15 goals in 31 games that year, before penning a permanent deal at Goodison Park.